A menu card showing the dinner served to first-class passengers on the Titanic the night before it hit an iceberg and sank is to be auctioned in England.
The auctioneer is Andrew Aldrich. He received this menu from Canadian historian Len Stevenson.
It is said that even Stevenson’s family did not know about the menu.
According to foreign media, after the death of Len Stevenson in 2017, his belongings were inherited by his daughter and daughter-in-law. The menu was found among the belongings.
The Titanic tragedy happened on April 15, 1912. The ship, which was said to be unsinkable, sank in the Atlantic Ocean, killing 1500 people.
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